NBA Pro Basketball TV Games Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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The NBA on ESPN for Friday January 9th will feature two outstanding games scheduled over national television that will greatly satisfy the appetite of pro basketball bettors worldwide. The action gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time.

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Game 1 of the doubleheader will feature two Easton conference powers as the Washington Wizards will host the Chicago Bulls at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN. Chicago enters play with a record of 25-11 and is an impressive 14-4 on the road. They look to bounce back from an ugly loss on Wednesday and they dropped a 97-77 home decision to the Utah Jazz. In the defeat the Bulls were held to just 32 first half points and 51 after three quarters. Derrick Rose was ice cold from the field as he made just 3 of his 15 shots. The Bulls have gotten great production this year from guard Jimmy Butler. He is making a career high 47.8% of his shots from the field and is averaging a career high in scoring as the puts up 21.7 points per game. Rose is still trying to find his shooting touch as he is looking to recover from multiple knee injuries. He is hitting 39% of his shots with 26% from the three point line. His three point shooting is his worst in three seasons. Washington is 24-11 and has a home mark of 15-4. They returned home from a road trip and defeated the hapless New York Knicks 101-91 on Wednesday as a -14 ½ point favorite. They go 2-3 on the just concluded trip with wins at New Orleans and Houston.

The late night game begins at 10:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN as the Golden St Warriors will host the Cleveland Cavaliers. Golden St is a league best 28-5 on the year and they post a solid 15-1 mark at home. This will be the sixth game of a six game home stand for the club. They are 5-0 on the current home stand after crushing Indiana by 15 on Wednesday. Cleveland is 19-17 and 8-8 on the road. They will be without LeBron James who is sidelined at least another week as he tries to recover from sore knees.

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